John on April 18, 2007 at 10:12 am
This time the Jihadists struck at a Christian publishing house in Turkey:
Assailants tied up three people at a publishing house that distributes Bibles in Turkey and then slit their throats Wednesday, adding to a string of attacks apparently targeting the country’s tiny Christian minority.
The killings occurred in Malatya, a city in central Turkey known as a hotbed of Turkish nationalism and is the hometown of Mehmet Ali Agca, the gunman who tried to assassinate Pope John Paul II in 1981.
Malatya Gov. Ibrahim Dasoz said two of the victims at the Zirve publishing house were found already dead and the third died after being taken to the hospital. All had their throats cut and their hands and legs were bound, he said.
Let’s face it, unlike the Va Tech massacre this week, no one is the least bit surprised by this. Islamic fanatics murdering people in cold blood…what could be more normal.
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